Radon Risk Test :

Describe Your Household

1. Home location
2. Household
3. Risk Tolerance
and Scientific Assumptions
4. Results
2. Household Information
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What kind of basement do you have? Explain
None
Basement is not a living area
Basement is a living area
 
How many female and male smokers and nonsmokers are in your household? Explain

(If you do not enter your own numbers, the program will use the averages for U.S. households.)

  Smoker Non-smoker
Female
Male
If you have taken a radon measurement, what was the result?
Measurement:
picoCuries per liter Explain
Becquerels per cubic meter
 
Was it:
a short-term measurement in winter
a short-term measurement in spring, summer, or fall
a long-term measurement (10 months or more)
Where did you place the detector(s)?
In the basement
On the ground floor or above
On multiple levels of the home [in this case, report the average over all living areas]
If a neighbor (within 1 mile) has taken a radon measurement that you know about, what was the result?
Measurement:
picoCuries per liter Explain
Becquerels per cubic meter
 
How far is it from your house to your neighbor's house?
What kind of basement does your neighbor have?
None
Basement is not a living area
Basement is a living area
Did your neighbor make:
a short-term measurement in winter
a short-term measurement in spring, summer, or fall
a long-term measurement (10 months or more)
What was the location of the detector(s)?
In the basement
On the ground floor or above
On multiple levels of the home [in this case, report the average over all living areas]

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